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the best for wayland experience, all you have todo is edit ~/.config/weston.ini to you like. man weston.ini. See More
While kwin is far more powerful, it can be configured to be similar enough to Windows - for people who just changed operating systems and don't really want to learn something new, it works great See More
Fairly lightweight considering the extensive customisation options, and a lot of eye candy. The documentation is very clear as well. See More
The commands you use in the Qshell (built in shell for interacting with the window manager) has an intuitive filesystem-like feeling, while staying so close to Python syntax you can basically paste it into your config file. And the best part, if you don't like Qshell, just use Your shell. qtile-cmd exposes all of Qtile's functionality to the console. See More
It's fast, doesn't use much resources, is highly customizable and is rock solid (I cannot remember it crashing). It's combination of simplicity and beauty is unmatched. The default theme on e16 is kinda disappointing. Try B-42 or Dark-One. Be careful if you enable Composite. It works flawless, but you can screw your menus when playing around with the transparent settings in the settings menu. Making a backup-copy of your .e16 preferences beforehand might save you some trouble. See More
Have it running on a one of my DEV Fedora boxes and it is great. See More